Windows 11 includes thousands of fonts out of the box, but if you want new ones, you can quickly install them. Here’s how.
Want to add some pizzaz to your documents and presentations? You should consider using a different font.
Windows 11 comes with thousands of them, but you might want more—there are only so many times you can look at Times New Roman. You can find and install new fonts online, and Windows makes it easy by allowing you to install and manage new fonts in the Settings app.
If you’ve never done this before, take a look at how to install or uninstall fonts on Windows 11.
To install a new font, it will need to be compatible with Windows. Windows 11 supports the following font types:
Once you have downloaded your favorite fonts, it’s time to install them using the following instructions.
When you’re ready, you can follow the steps to install new fonts on Windows 11:
Microsoft is making it easier for users to install fonts—simply by dragging them into Settings.
You can drag and drop to install fonts using the following steps:
That’s all there is to it. Your fonts will be moved to C:WindowsFonts and be available through your apps like Microsoft Word or PowerPoint.
Don’t like a font you’ve installed? You can quickly remove it.
To uninstall a font on Windows 11, use the following steps:
Your font will be uninstalled and no longer appear in the C:WindowsFonts directory. It won’t be accessible in other apps you use, either.
If you don’t feel comfortable installing fonts from the internet, you can get them from the Microsoft Store.
Use the following steps to install fonts from the Microsoft Store:
That’s it. Your font will be installed and available in the C:WindowsFonts directory.
Using the steps above, you should be able to install new fonts on a Windows 11 PC.
The process is easy, but you could spend a lot of time working with them in your docs. Finding the perfect font can take time, so keep that in mind. Don’t download more fonts than you have time to work with.
Not on Windows 11 yet? No problem. You can install fonts on Windows 10 or install fonts from the Microsoft Store on Windows 10.
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